Mirador Del Cerro

Address: 48 Alvarado Street, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, C4402AAB, Argentina | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Salta

      Don't go into Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by kildala on Sep 10, 2014

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      ... A few of the people had been knocked against the seat in front but not injured enough to stop. Not only are the local” buses very old and in bad shape but the main problem with travel there are the drivers. Most of them don’t know how to drive properly and they all like to drink while they’re driving. I didn’t know this until later.

      We arrived into middle of nowhere about 6. am and the two lads went off the find a ...

      When Things Go Wrong!...and other tales of woe!

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 01, 2014

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      ... Salta is not solely its colonial heritage,it also has some fantastic excursions from all points of the compass.In the North the Humuhacu valley beckons dotted with heritage towns and villages.The South boasts the jaw dropping Cafayete canyon which is eye wateringly beautiful.The far North West takes you into the southern tip of the Bolivian salt flats that originate in Solar de Yunni in mid Bolivar,a small portion of this natural wonder sneaks into Argentina and you can ...

      Day 53 on route to Argentina

      A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Nov 07, 2013

      ... market we got a rate of 1 dollar to 9 pesos. This makes everything a lot cheaper. As soon as we arrived arrived at the bus terminal there were people to exchange our dollars with. It was all surprising professional and we checked all our pesos thoroughly to make sure we had no fakes. From the back off the bus station where the money exchanging we were led down to our bus. Finally a decent bus! Full reclining seats and English ...

      Road Tripping Around Salta

      A travel blog entry by negar on Oct 19, 2013

      ... 3000m up the edge of the Andes we were presented with an incredible plateau with iconic dead straight roads. Naturally, we started to feel the altitude but we were compelled to stop every 5 mins to take idyllic picture after idyllic picture. We made it to the pretty village of Cachi for lunch, ice cream and rancid coca tea (supposedly meant to help with altitude sickness).

      We continued on to Cafayate via 150km of back ...

      Giddy up! Gaucho fun in Salta

      A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Jun 24, 2013

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... handed. At first, I was a bit worried, but it quickly started to feel really natural. We rode along country paths surrounded by mountains, where little children ran out to wave at us, and packs of dogs chased us (this really did nothing to calm Ollie's nerves). After a while of walking and trotting, we were shown how to gallop. It was so much fun! Our Gaucho, Felix, was a great instructor, and he showed us some rodeo-style tricks.

      We came back to ...

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      From the top of Cerro San Bernardo
      Salta, Argentina